Anaphora Literary Press was founded in 2009, and since then has published over 300 book titles. It also publishes two scholarly journals: Pennsylvania Literary Journal and Cinematic Codes Review. Press coverage, author readings and achievements are listed on the website. The 20 volumes in Anaphora's "British Renaissance Re-Attribution and Modernization" series change the history of the world by re-assigning all of the 303 texts tested with a new computational-linguistic method to only six ghostwriters: https://anaphoraliterary.com/attribution.
Submissions: Anaphora is actively seeking single and multiple-author books in fiction (poetry, novels, and short story collections) and non-fiction (academic, legal, business, journals, dissertations and biographies). Email the full manuscript, biography, summary and marketing plan in a single Word document to firstname.lastname@example.org. Profits are split 50/50% with writers. Anaphora is directed by Anna Faktorovich, who taught college English for over four years, has a PhD in English literature and has published two scholarly books with McFarland, as well as several peer-reviewed scholarly articles: https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=dJD72pMAAAAJ&hl=en